The Rome-based air traffic control services company says it has won a €1m (LD1.6m) contract to train 140 Libyan air traffic controllers.
State-owned carrier Libyan Airlines says it will restart its Tripoli-Manchester route next week.
Libya's state-owned General National Maritime Transport Company (GNMTC) appointed a new management team in July.
New air routes connecting Libya and Egypt are expected to be given approval by the Egyptian authorities, according to reports.
According to reports in the Maltese press, a Libyan association is sueing a Maltese company over a €64m (LD102m) deal signed in 2008 to purchase 16,000 sports utility vehciles.
A recent meeting of the Libyan Afriqiyah Aviation Holding Company (LAAHCO) has put forward an 18-month schedule for the proposed merger of Afriqiyah Airways and Libyan Airlines.
Dubai-based airline says it will operate four weekly flights to the Libyan capital from 28 October.
State-owned Libyan carrier Afriqiyah Airways has converted an existing order for three Airbus A321 jets into the larger-sized A330 aircraft, according to Airbus.
Minister of Transport Yousef al-Wahayshi chaired a meeting with representatives of other ministries and government departments to discuss a roadmap for the transport sector.
Tripoli International Airport, by far the busiest in the country, handled some 520 international flights in February 2012 as airlines resumed services to the Libyan capital.
Figures from the first two months of 2012 show an increase in passenger traffic through Sebha airport, which serves Libya's fourth largest city.
State-owned intercity bus company operated a limited number of domestic and international services in the first three months of the year.
Libya's interim government has approved a Ministry of Transport programme to overhaul the Civil Aviation Authority with the assistance of a French consultant, Egis Avia, and the International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO).
The Libyan-African Aviation Holding Company (LAAHC), which owns Afriqiyah Airways and Libyan Airlines, held a high-level meeting on 25 July.
The Ministry of Transport has designated the airport in Labraq, located between the towns of Al Bayda and Derna in north-east Libya, as an international border crossing.